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  • After fertilization, the eggs develop into the larval stage called glochidia (glow-kid-e-a) Various species of mussel have differentways of helping the glochidia find a host fish. — “Mississippi National River and Recreation Area - Introduction”, nps.gov
  • into microscopic larvae, called glochidia (glo-kid-ee-ah). Mussels fool fish into carrying their larvae. Some Glochidia must attach to the gills or fins of a specific fish. — “Missouri's Freshwater Mussels”, mdc4.mdc.mo.gov
  • Nearly 300 species of mussels inhabit freshwater rivers, streams, and lakes in the United States. This is the richest diversity of mussels found in the world and an extraordinary natural heritage that needs protection. As parasites, glochidia are dependent on fish for their nutrition at. — “Help Save America's Pearly Mussels - Virginia Cooperative”, pubs.ext.vt.edu
  • Their eggs develop into microscopic larvae (glochidia) within the gills of the female. Each mussel species has specific fish species (host fish) that are needed by the glochidia to develop. — “USFWS: Scaleshell Mussel Fact Sheet”, fws.gov
  • A drawing of the glochidium of the swan mussel (Anodonta cygnea) The glochidium (plural glochidia) is a special microscopic larval stage of larger freshwater mussels, aquatic bivalve mollusks in the families Unionidae and Margaritiferidae, the river. — “Glochidium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • These immature glochidia of Elliptio dilatata are still developing within the eggs. Glochidia come in various sizes- the larger ones (1/4 mm) are fatmucket- the smaller are spectaclecase. — “Babies”, unionid.missouristate.edu
  • Definition of glochidia in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of glochidia. Pronunciation of glochidia. Translations of glochidia. glochidia synonyms, glochidia antonyms. Information about glochidia in the free online English dictionary and. — “glochidia - definition of glochidia by the Free Online”,
  • E2455 -06 Standard Guide for Conducting Laboratory Toxicity Tests with Freshwater Mussels , acute toxicity test, bivalve, chronic toxicity test, freshwater, glochidia, juvenile mussels, Margaritiferidae, Margaritiferid mussels, mollusc, mollusk,. — “ASTM E2455 -06 Standard Guide for Conducting Laboratory”,
  • After fertilization takes place, it may take 1 to 10 months for the larva, glochidia, to fully develop within the female. Timing of the dispersal of glochidia from the female's body for finding a fish host is a factor for the survival of the glochidia primarily because the larvae cannot. — “Reproduction”, marietta.edu
  • The glochidia are then released by the female mussels which attach to fish gills or skin as temporary parasites. When the fish strikes at the lure the female expels the glochidia, which attach to the fish. — “How mussels live: Minnesota DNR”, dnr.state.mn.us
  • Genetic variability, shell morphology, anatomy, reproductive season, glochidium morphology and host The barbel Barbus graellsii was the natural host of the U. mancus glochidia in. — “doi:10.1093/mollus/eyi002”, fauna-iberica.mncn.csic.es
  • The gills serve as brood pouches (marsupia), where the glochidia hatch and begin to develop. The eggs of the short-term (tachytictic) breeders are fertilized in the spring, and glochidia are released by late summer of the same year. — “Southern clubshell: Information from ”,
  • They hold the eggs and act as brood pouches--a place where the fertilized eggs develop into embryo mussels called glochidia (glo-kid-e-ah) The glochidia wind up on the fish's gills and attach themselves there. — “EEK! - Critter Corner - Mussels of Wisconsin”, dnr.wi.gov
  • Brood pouches (see also: Gill pouches) - vertically partitioned interlamellar space used by some bivalves as a marsupium; rather than broadcasting gametes directly into the environment, eggs and developing glochidia stay within the protective confines of the bivalve shell. — “glossarytext”,
  • were found when using 2- or 24-h-old glochidia or when using glochidia sampled over glochidia could be conducted for 48 h with a control survival of over. — “Developing Standardized Guidance for Conducting Toxicity”, cerc.usgs.gov
  • To quickly operate 'life success,' you have to accommodate your glochidia 'a success.' Carrying a glochidia or a greatness of dentists is easy, collectively speechless fewer than wandering up the task to indicator a fill up delivery anyways. This will recover in the french. glochidia. — “Glochidia”,
  • The timing of glochidia discharged has been linked with spawning runs of their host fish. Infestations of glochidia have been found to be harmless to the fish and hamper their lives in no way. — “Diversity of Freshwater Mussels in Alabama”,
  • The "fish," technically called placentae, are actually a clever ruse to induce a host fish to infect itself with glochidia. When a predatory fish strikes at the lure, the female clam expels a cloud of glochidia into the water. — “When Clams Go Fishing | MDC”, mdc.mo.gov
  • Definition of glochidia from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of glochidia. Pronunciation of glochidia. Definition of the word glochidia. Origin of the word glochidia. — “glochidia - Definition of glochidia at ”,
  • Initial conglutinates contained undeveloped glochidia, but subsequent releases were fully developed with glochidia still packaged within an Glochidia of V. iris were tested for valve closure time and. — “Triannual Unionid Report No. 7, July, 1995”, ellipse.inhs.uiuc.edu
  • Largemouth Bass H. Amoeba. Raccoon. Pickerelweed. Smallmouth Bass H. Paramecium. Channel SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICATION. KINGDOM. Animal. PHYLUM. Mollusk. CLASS. Bivalve. ORDER. Unionoida. — “eastern lamp mussel”, fcps.edu

Videos

  • Ligumia recta Display This is a freshwater mussel, Ligumia recta (Black Sandshell) displaying it's mantle flap on the bottom of the Ohio River near Belleville Locks and Dam.
  • Pocketbook Mussel Lure in the Potomac This female mussel (Plain Pocketbook) is displaying a "lure" it uses to attract fish in order to spread its offspring. The fish attacks the lure, causing the mussel to release its offspring (called glochidia), which attach to the fish's gills. After a few weeks, the juvenile mussels fall off and establish themselves in the substrate. The fish are unharmed by this process.
  • Epioblasma triquetra captures Percina caprodes Epioblasma triquetra captures Percina caprodes and releases glochidia larva through its mouth. unionid.missouristate.edu
  • Wavy-rayed lampmussel innoculates smallmouth bass host A wavy-rayed lamp mussel (Lampsilis fasciola) reproducing. The females of this rare mollusk attract its only host fish, the smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu) with lures that imitate darters and leeches, then inoculates the gills of its host with its parasitic larval stage known as glochidia.
  • Lampsilis cardium Display This is a freshwater mussel, Lampsilis cardium (Plain Pocketbook) displaying it's mantle flap on the bottom of the Ohio River near Belleville Locks and Dam.
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  • Unionids of the Ohio River - Part 1 - Remastered This is some video footage from a freshwater mussel (unionid) survey performed in the Ohio River. I had this up in the past, but YouTube disabled the audio due to music copyright issues. I believe I have them fixed now and I also re-mastered the video footage with higher resolution, since YouTube can now display HD. Comments are encouraged
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  • Pocketbook Mussel Displaying its Lure 2 This female mussel (Plain Pocketbook) is displaying a "lure" it uses to attract fish in order to spread its offspring. The fish attacks the lure, causing the mussel to release its offspring (called glochidia), which attach to the fish's gills. After a few weeks, the juvenile mussels fall off and establish themselves in the substrate. The fish are unharmed by this process.
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  • Riffleshell Epioblasma torulosa suffocates a darter Riffleshell Epioblasma torulosa suffocates a darter before relesaing glochidia. unionid.missouristate.edu
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  • Epioblasma triquetra pumps glochidia inside Percina caprodes Epioblasma triquetra pumps glochidia inside Percina caprodes. Video 4 times accelerated. unionid.missouristate.edu
  • Unionids of the Ohio River - Part 2 - Remastered This is some video footage from a freshwater mussel (unionid) survey performed in the Ohio River. I had this up in the past, but YouTube disabled the audio due to music copyright issues. I believe I have them fixed now and I also re-mastered the video footage with higher resolution, since YouTube can now display HD. Comments are encouraged
  • Gravid Female Mussel A gravid female mussel in Middle Pond on Cape Cod wiggles its "fish lure" to attract a host fish to be inoculated with glochidia (mussel larvae).
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